Police: Woman found unresponsive in Yaphank lake
The woman was found in Upper Lake Wednesday night when she was spotted by two people on shore, police said.
New eatery opens in former LI McDonalds
The menu at the Ridge spot features five burgers, nachos, wings, a lobster roll and more.
Taiwan gifts Suffolk with 50,000 surgical masks
"These supplies will go out to all of those agencies that continue to burn through them," Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone said.
'Social butterfly,' former AAA worker
Married to his wife, Lola, for 50 years, he was planning an anniversary trip to Hawaii when he got sick.
Brookhaven groups struggle under weight of pandemic losses
The coronavirus outbreak has forced nonprofits to find other ways to replace thousands of dollars in lost revenue.
Brookhaven National Lab joins fight against COVID-19
Researchers are trying to determine which drug molecules can block the virus from attaching to human cells and replicating.
LI's first responders grapple with virus at work and at home
Their risky jobs are now riskier, and they struggle with a dilemma: How do I protect my health and my family while still doing my job?
Police: Pedestrian fatally hit by car in Ridge
The collision occurred on Route 25, east of William Floyd Parkway, early this morning, police said.
LI jail officials mobilize to protect inmates, public from coronavirus
Correctional facilities are especially vulnerable because inmates share tiny cells with toilets and wait for their appearances before a judge in cramped holding rooms, officials and jail experts said.
Metro-North manager accused in bid-rigging scheme
James Berlangero, 62, of Glen Cove, received up to $70,000 in kickbacks for helping WRS Environmental Services secure contracts, Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance said.